Songs of Mexico
Featuring A la Rorro Niño, Un Elefante Se Balanceaba, and Luz de la Mañana
String Orchestra - Sheet Music

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Orchestra - Grade 1

SKU: AP.50828

Featuring A la Rorro Niño, Un Elefante Se Balanceaba, and Luz de la Mañana. Composed by Arranged by Bob Phillips. Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles; String Orchestra. Sound Innovations for String Orchestra. Folk; Multicultural; Traditional. Score and Part(s). Alfred Music #00-50828. Published by Alfred Music (AP.50828).

ISBN 9781470666217. UPC: 038081584829. English.

Three beautiful tunes in an easy medley! Songs of Mexico is a set of three traditional Mexican folk songs arranged by Bob Phillips for beginning string orchestra. The entire piece can be played on the D and A strings for violins, violas, and cellos, while basses play on the D and G strings. A la Rorro Niño (to the boy/special/darling child) is an infant slumber song. Un Elefante Se Balanceaba (one elephant was balancing) is about an elephant balancing on a spider web with more elephants joining as the song progresses; for example, the second verse would be two elephants, the third verse would be three elephants, and so on. Luz de la Mañana (morning light) is a children's song about morning. (2:05) Correlates to Sound Innovations, Book 1, Level 4.